Art history has considered Lydia Mei rightfully first of all a water-colour artist. On one hand it is justified by Mei's concentration on water-colour creation, from another hand should be emphasized the value of her water-colours. Mei's creation as the melter of the colours and being the one, bringing out the air flitterings from behind them is remarkable. Autumn flowers is certainly a very Lydia Meri-style water-colour, but still stands very clearly out of the general part of her creation. Only two years after the painting one of the last water-colours of Meri, Autumn flowers, was published as a postcard by the publishing house Kunst (Art). The classical flower painting of a diverse artist has given up strict drawing basis and demonstrates the viewers a light and unpretentious conversation between colours and water. This way the work has really the effect of a congratulation, where no words need to be attached.